You needn't spend a mint -- though it's certainly possible to do so -- making the room inviting and comfortable. Here's where to spend for maximum impact.
Young adults are still learning, and mistakes are inevitable. But what if one of them could potentially ruin your adult child's credit?
Doling out a monthly clothing stipend will help your teen develop concrete skills with money. Plus you can avoid having to go to the mall with them.
The drug- and alcohol-free post-graduation event you and your school plan can be held with very little expense and still be memorable and fun.
Looking for a job this summer or know a teen or young adult who is? These part-time gigs can provide acceptable compensation for someone new to the working world.
The average cost of the 2013 prom is $1,139, according to a new survey. But you don't have to spend anywhere near that.
It's prom season across the U.S. Check out this money-saving guide before you begin your search for the perfect dress.
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Consumers are very status conscious in Asia, Africa and other emerging-market areas. This is especially true in China.
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Americans can kill two birds with one stone by filing their taxes and buying health insurance at the same time.
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